Haya to hari

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haya : [m.] a horse.

hayapotaka : [m.] a colt.

hayavāhī : [adj.] drawn by horses.

hayānīka : [nt.] a cavalry.

hara : [m.] the God Isvara. || hāra (m.), a string (of pearls, etc.); a necklace.

haraṇa : [nt.] carrying.

haraṇaka : [adj.] carrying; movable.

harati : [har + a] carries; takes away; plunders; steals.

haranta : [pr.p. of harati] carrying; taking away.

haramāna : [pr.p. of harati] carrying; taking away.

harāpita : [pp. of harāpeti] made carry or taken away.

harāpeti : [caus. of harati] makes carry or takes away.

harāpetvā : [abs. of harāpeti] having made carry or taken away.

harāpesi : [aor. of harāpeti] made carry or took away.

harāyati : [deno. from hiri] is ashamed, depressed or vexed; worries.

harāyi : [aor. of harāyati] was ashamed; worried.

harāyitvā : [abs. of harāyati] having worried.

hari : [aor. of harati] carried; took away; plundered; stealed. (m.), the God Vishnu.